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Med MJ & tolerance

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by Heavy Metal 1, May 31, 2009.

  1. I am a med patient for pain & mj works very well for me. I don't need much herb at a time right now for effective relief which begs a question: with tolerance to the psychoactive effects to be expected as I continue to use it, will I also build a tolerance to the analgesic effects?
     
  2. I would suggest that you get a few different strains that suit you well. Then just switch up now and then.
     
  3. The nice thing about MMJ is that you usually have access to all sorts of strains with all sorts of strengths. You can mix up your regular strain quite often and at least your tolerance will be to the THC and other CBDs instead of the strain. The analgesic effects will still work though.
     

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